Chemical substances known as Ashless Antiwear Anticorrosion Additive is added to lubricants to improve their capacity to lessen wear and prevent corrosion. This additive does not contain any metallic components that could cause ash deposits in the machinery or engine. Instead, they are created with organic substances that are less likely to produce ash when heated to high temperatures. A protective layer is formed on metal surfaces by Ashless Antiwear Anticorrosion Additive, which also reduces friction and stops rust and corrosion from forming. To increase performance and extend equipment life, it is frequently used in industrial and automotive lubricants.